Q: Help. I Need a Caring Ortho or Neuro Surgeon Doctor for Immediate Assistance. I have a California Work Comp Case.
I Was forced to Relocate back to Hometown by Defense Tactics. I have a Very Severe Spinal Cord Compression Case. With Failed Spinal Neck Syndrome. FBSS. I Presently have 3 Herniated Disc's and Severe Foramina Stenosis. Experimental Surgery the Neurosurgeon Perform without Informing Me Everything about Risk and Failures. In Teaching Hospital. I Did Not Even Pick this Doctor. My Employer Did. I Do Not Think He had Ever Perform this New type of Japanese Surgery before called Cervical Laminoplasty. He had this Name Nowhere on His Webpage and No Procedures in His Office. He did not do any Blood Work are Ask Me did I want to Use My Own Bone. Rushing Me to Surgery. Afterward I was Made Worst. They still Kicked Me Out of the Hospital in Three Days. I kept Going back to that Hospital. The Nurses kept looking at Me and Talking to Each Other. I felt that they were in the Operating Room and Witness the Neurosurgeon Mess Up My Surgery. He has Moved to Seattle.
Thank you for your comments and I am sorry to hear you are gong through this. Surgery is certainly supposed to improve you. You are describing a possible medical malpractice that requires a specialist attorney to discuss this with you. you should consult a medical malpractice attorney immediately, today. there are very short time frames to bring a med mal case.
you are also describing a very substantial work injury case. we handle many failed back surgery cases and they often end up causing a permanent total disability which gets you 66% of earnings paid to you every week for life time plus open medical for lifetime.
the first thing to do is consult an experienced work comp attorney immediately. attorneys on this site cant advertise or solicit for your business so its up to you to find one and call for a free consultation.
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